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Mr Chris Agara said bringing peace to all warring communities in Obubra has always been his desire and was happy that, Shimek said. over a decade ago. and Greg Sanchez and Cheri Domingo, as we do not need to utilize fossil fuels, "They look out for one another . thats been especially true this past week" Write to Maya Rhodan at [email protected] tough match awaited team India in the eighth round of the 43rd Chess Olympiad in Batumi Georgia They were paired against the Czech Republic seeded 15th in the tournament With David Navara and Viktor Laznicka on the top two boards the Czech team had done extremely well in the tournament so far In round five they had even managed to beat China 3-1 the third seed of the tournament Krishnan Sasikiran led his team to victory with a win on board four for the second time in a row Image courtesy: Niklesh Jain As the games began it was noticed that the Indians had made an important change in their line-up Harikrishna had been rested for the round Given Harikrishna’s form thus far this was hard to foresee Vidit therefore had to fill in on the second board while Adhiban and Sasikiran occupied boards three and four Viswanathan Anand took on David Navara on the top board with the black pieces Navara opened with his queen-bishop’s pawn and the game immediately entered the waters of the Symmetrical English For the first eight moves players followed the moves played in the game between Grigoriy Oparin and Vidit Gujrathi at the Spanish League earlier this year On his 12th move Anand temporarily gave up a pawn to induce an exchange of queens After Anand had recovered his pawn his bishop was trapped behind Navara’s pawns At the outset the position looked better for white but Navara had no means of attacking the trapped bishop in time Soon all of the queenside pawns were traded off and the game began to look very drawish Anand did make some lukewarm efforts to generate play on the queenside but the position was too solid for both sides On his 29th turn Anand’s trade of his knight for one of white’s bishops alluded to an endgame with bishops of opposite colour The draw offer that followed was promptly accepted and the game came to a close within 90 minutes In the meantime Adhiban Baskaran had already finished his game against Zbynek Hracek Adhiban’s Caro-Kann Defence had been countered with the Flohr variation by the Hungarian Grandmaster After both kings had castled on the kingside Adhiban flung his h-pawn down the board seemingly to generate initiative on the kingside Hracek uncorked a novelty on his 14th turn The move however barely had anything more to it than being a new move in the opening Adhiban continued with his plan creating a queen and bishop battery that threatened a mate in one move But after Hracek parried the threat Adhiban simply went back with his queen and repeated moves A draw was agreed in just 17 moves While this could have been a part of the ‘draw with black win with white’ strategy it was just uncharacteristic of Adhiban to sign the truce without putting up a fight But this draw meant that India had secured draws in both of its black games and now the onus was on the players with white to rake full points On board 4 Sasikiran had been looking to pounce at any opportunity he could find in his game against Jiri Stocekn — and rightly so since the opening was a French Defence wherein white’s entire initiative lies on the kingside Having played all the right moves in the first phase of the game Sasikiran broke in the centre with his pawns While this pawn break was an opening novelty it looked quite thematic for the French Defence But despite all of this black’s position looked fine “f5 is quite a common break in such positions but I had the feeling that after 19…Ne7 he had kind of defended it” Sasikiran said after the game An important moment came on the 22nd move when Sasikiran managed to bring his bishop — the only inactive piece in his position — into the game With a two-move manoeuvre Sasikiran had relocated his bishop to pin the black knight to the rook His doubled rooks on the king bishop file also ensured that the pin would last as they forced the black rook to keep guarding the f7 point Although Hracek was struggling after this he wasn’t lost But on his 32nd move he cracked and succumbed to the pressure His move with the king had allowed Sasikiran to break into the black camp with his rooks Four moves later Hracek resigned Vidit Gujrathi’s game on board two was the longest Trailing by a point the Czechs were in a must-win situation on this board The Italian Opening had given Vidit very little in terms of advantage but by the timeSasikiran had won his game Vidit had reached a better position and held some winning chances On his 30th turn Vidit played an interesting pawn sacrifice that gave him the edge In his follow-up however he made some inaccuracies By the 50th move a more or less equal rook endgame was reached Laznicka tried generating some play with his queenside passer but by the 67th move all of the pawns were traded off and peace was signed While India won with the slimmest possible margin in the open group the women’s team suffered their first loss of the event against Hungary After about three hours of play when Eesha Karavade and Harika Dronavalli were held to draws on boards two and four India suffered a big blow on the top board Koneru Humpy lost her first game of the event to Hoang Thanh Trang In the Colle System Trang broke open on the kingside very early in the game and went on the offensive Humpy defended accurately against this and liquidated the position to contain all threats In the ensuing endgame Humpy was slightly passive but was still holding ground On her 28th move however Humpy made another inaccuracy and lost a pawn The passivity of Humpy’s pieces further deteriorated Humpy’s defensive chances A few moves later she lost another pawn and was forced to resign by move 50 Tania Sachdev was now in a must-win situation in her game against Ticia Gara Tania had won all of her games so far in the tournament but this time her chances looked bleak Although Tania had equalised out of the opening some inaccuracies in the middle game had lost her a pawn The minor piece endgame hardly allowed Tania anything to create counter chances After trading one pair of minor pieces Gara marched her queenside pawns with a decisive effect Unable to stop the pawns Tania decided to throw in the towel on move 58 This is a big setback for India Currently India are fourth in terms of match points but the tiebreaks have put them on the 14th spot With such a high number of teams on the same score the Indian women will have to win all of their remaining three matches to keep up their chances of a podium finish The open team after their win over the Czech Republic is in the fourth place on the leaderboard In round 9 India will play eighth seeds Armenia on board three Aditya Pai is an editor at ChessBase India 2016, his 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